RE: far out what a way to go, but does anybody care everything is broken

Nah, what they probably were referring to is a private tutorial website called W3Schools: Not associated with W3C in any way, and their tutorials are not always spot-on.

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A couple of thoughts:

* "Thanks to W3" can mean either
     * "Thank you for the World Wide Web [for providing a medium for us to share]" (as in lots of pages linked together... )
     * "Thank you to the Consortium [for providing guidance on standard for 'TInternet]"

* The consortium, and the validator, have no _reponsibility_ for ensuring validity (or accessibility, or even readability)

but, hey..... everyone's got to start somewhere... and 13 validity errors & 8 accessibility issues is not bad for a club website.

On 28/01/2020 03:54, Eric Richards wrote:
> Hello Everyone
> I was visiting ;

> and noticed at the bottom of the page I saw the following comments ; 
> *"Created entirely within CSS - with grateful thanks to W3!"*
> So with help of

> Found it had 13 total (warnings & errors) 

> checkerrorpages=yes&showsource=yes&showoutline=yes

Ian Stuart.
Perl & Python developer,
The University of Edinburgh.

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